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Philanthropy is ingrained in the cultural and spiritual foundations of our country. Staying on the course of tradition, the Indian social sector has witnessed a steady 11% growth rate over the past five years (2014-19), according to Bain & Company. Keeping pace with other industries, philanthropic organisations are also making strides on the journey of digital transformation. Of late, it is becoming evident that some of them are already taking these steps, specifically in areas of finance and human resources—areas of maximum significance to non-profits.

Read the full article in Financial Express here.

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